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The Forensic Science and 
Chemistry Club is a 
student /organization ; 
geared toward students v 
interested in. academics .;\ 
or occupations id -fields 
relatedtochemistiRyand? • 
or forensic science. The; - 

prominent speakers in ft^lll^ ! I 

r the^ field and hands-on activities; are hosted. 

tor: members ^t<f pkrtafce^ in, '■■£ Resides, 
; ;\ participating m numerous events, the > club 

of fers an opportunity to build relationships 

> with felldw students as 'well^as>a strong 

> foundation in developing organizational and 

sbciai: skills essential; for the workplace. 

The club is proudly affiliated witli *tije 

national organizations of. the '■_ Aiherican 

Chemical Society and the American 
../': Academy; of Fdfe^ic. Sciences,' 

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;^Kirst Alert was "established during the spring 

Vsemester^ f of 2003. , ; Our gbals include promoting 

clamaraderie among students .with aii interest in 

Emergency Medical Service (EMS), and promoting 

EMS awareness, ariii; education.; .Ctitf rently, we 

have i bver two dozen active members, mcluding 

many who hdld s,ome"type of medical certification. 

We also promote community service activities, 

such as blood pressur.e ' screenings. We are also 

looking to hold . CPR classeis on cajtnpus. Further 

more, ; ,isy<g are looking into responding to "the 

Ejnergency Medical heeds tor both students and 

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The Gaming Club welcomes all^o'gather and play': 
various types of game's* including , board, video 
(console and computer), card v tile, and table gamesv 
People are encouraged to try.Hew games ^d bring 
out old ones* Glub mem^rs,have. a broad range i <i>f ' 
interests: 1 rpin MonppblyrtJNOi.; and ©oninips , to 
Halo, StarGraf t, and [Air Bo^ckey^TJIie club se^yes 
as .an aid ■■'■■ for pfeople; to find each bthef > \vhen 



game ^ nights and tqwnamentsj 'as well as yisiting 
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of a. prof essional interest ;, .-'10 er^ine6ring 
1 students. A1J. of our events focus on the \ 

Electr ieal/Computer Ehguiee^hig discipline. 
^ Such events in^clttde "worjiishopsi: gu,est , 

speakers, seminars, and field tripsV ; 

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M MEMORY OF DR. JOHN D. HATFIELD 



Chi Monday, July 2, 2001, I 
welcomed our new Executive 
Vice President & Provost, Dr. 
John D. Hatfield, to the office 
suite we woidd share. My first 
impression of John was that of a 
very caring, thoughtful, bright, 
friendly person. He immedi- 
ately wanted to familiarize him- 
self with the campus, its faculty, 
staff, and mainly the students 
and their families. 

Students can feel intimidated 
when in the presence of a per- 
son of John's position, but he 
quickly made them feel at ease, 
and an easy conversation would 
follow. He literally meant that 
his office door was always open 
to all. As eager as all were to 
meet him, so was John eager to 
meet them. On various occa- 
sions, he called upon the stu- 
dents working in our office for 
their input in areas related to 

students' interests. John had a fantastic sense of humor and shared many of his per- 
sonal experiences as a student with UNH students when they were introduced to him. 




John showed real concern for everyone he came in contact with. Many people from 
outside the University with whom he dealt woidd comment to me about how impressed 
they were by the extraordinary gentleman John was. He left many fond memories by 
his charisma and his invaluable contributions toward achieving and fulfilling 
strategic goals in such a short time. 

The entire UNH Community, his family and friends lost a wonderful man, but he left 
us a lasting legacy, that of an excellent communicator. 



Silvia L Hyde 

Executive Assistant to the Executive Vice President and Provost 

Advisor to the Chariot Yearbook Staff 



a WORD FROM OVR PRESIDENTS 




To the Graduating Seniors of tfw Class of 200U: 

Amazing. I don't believe that these past four years coidd fuzve 
been better. I have learned so much from all of my experiences 
here at UNH. Tlie one thing I have learned that is most important 
to 7?ie is, "Never give up." You are able to do anything you want. 
With some work, and usually some help, anything and everything is 
possible. 

Remember the good times, the dreadful classes, and everyone you 
met these past years. Everyone says that college is the best four 
years of your life. After all of my experiences, tliere is no doubt in 
my miiwl that this is true, however, who's to say that life can't get 
even better. I am walking away from the University of New 
Haven with fond menuxries of good friends and good times. At the 
same time, I am looking forivard to a lifetime fuR of even better 
times with some new friends and a lot of the frieiwls I have made 
here. I hope you all do the same. Good luck and Best Wishes. 



To the Returning Student Body: 

I hope that you enjoyed this past year. I know I did. As your USGA President, I tried my best to make this the 
best year you Iwuve luxd. I may have failed, but I hope I succeeded. My challenge to you is to make this university 
better each and every year you are liere. 

I wish I could express how grateful I am for luxving the opportunity to be your USGA President this past year. 
I Iwuve learned, taught and done so much. Please do tluz sanw for yourself. Use everything here at UNH to its 
fullest. Leave this wojulerftd university with so many wotwlerful memories that you can't remember them all. 

'You're My Boy Blue, You're My Boy" 



To the Class of 200k 

I want to express my simzere congratulations to you on the 
siuxessful completion of the requirements for an academic degree 
at the University of New Haven. The ediwatioiwl foundation you 
lunve received from our knowledgeable and dedicated faculty and 
your own diligent efforts ivill serve you well as you move on to 
pursue your careers and personal lives. 

It has been our goal to prepare you for meaning fid roles and 
lifelong learning in a global society. A society which now faces 
greater promise and yet nurre daunting challenges then ever before. 

We have given you our best efforts and now we exteiui our best 
wisJies to you. We know you will continue to strive atui achieve 
laudable professioiud and personal goals for the benefit of those 
near and far, and, in so doing, will reflect positively on the Uni- 
versity of 'New Haven. 




Good luck and Godspeed. 




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Christopher Accetta 
i Music ancf Sound Recording 



Rami AM 

Interior Design 



Analee Alderete 

CJ- Investigative Services 



Daniel Araya 

/ Mechanical Engineering 



Michael Arket 

Forensic Science and Chemistry 



Melinda Ballanco 

Fine Arts 



Jessica Binns 

CJ- In i estigative Services 



OsricBittk 

Communication 



Melinda Alger 

Music Industry 




AmrBanjar 

Fire Protection Engineering 




Kelly Boden Kristin Boken 

Interior Design Psychology Community/Clinical Cone. 





Sharon Bresnahan 
Business Administration 



format Science 



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Kelly Brown 

Cj T - Investigate c Services 



Jordan Bryant 

Music Industry 



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Ayman Ahnohsin 

j Mechanical Engineering 



LumaAlyafi 

Accounting 




Albert Barrueco 

CJ - Law Enforcement Administration 



Kenosha Beckett 

Mass Communication 



Ashka Bonds 

Mass Communication 




Maria Amendola 

Criminal Justice 



Victoria Ac/uino 

Forensic Science and Chemistry 




Naseam Behrouzfard Vanessa Bilotto 

CJJm emle and Family Sen ices CJ-Law Enforcement Administration 




David Bradford KaraBrancato 

Management of Sports Industries CJ-Im estigath e Sendees 




Joanna tirenner 

Forensic Science 




3o\i haue brains in jour head. 

3o\i haue feet in jour shoes. 

3ou can steerj/ourself in any directionjou chose, 

You're on jour own. 

■flnd jou know whatyou know, 

^ou are the juy who'll decide where to$o, 

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Stephen Bucho 
Music and Sound Recording 



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$> achieved, that is 
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Joseph Burbieri Jason Oilman 

Fire Science Administration Cf- Law Enforcement Administration 





Trantz, Charles 

Business Finance 



Anne Cheng J ^^ 1 Cmcotta 

Applied Mathematics AComp. Sci. Cone. Music and Sound Recording 



Kevin CoBeU 

Fire Science Admin/Arson In i est. 




Nicole Crawford 

Business Administration 



KristaCusano 

CJ- Corrections 



BryanDarcy 

Management of Sports Industries 



Trenton Daw 

Mass Communication 




Colleen Donlin 



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Theodore Dorsett 



wiumtv Clinical Cone. Business Administration 



Richard Dove 

CJ-Im estigatn e Services 



David Drayton 

Finance 



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Laura Campos Giselle Carlocta 

CJ - Investigative Services Psychology Gmmumtv Vhm'cal Ccnc. 



Tiffany Carroll John Cassidyjr. 

Communkawn FS Admin./Fire Invest./C J Inves. Ser. 





Marc Cohen 

Biology and Pre-Med 



Sabrina Colabella 

Music Industry 



Kate Colafrancesco 

Business Administration 



Justin Combs 

Forensic Science 






Kristen DelGtego 

Criminaljustice and English literature 



Arianna DiBenecto 

Forensic Science 



CarlaDiFabb 

isiness Administration 



Michele DiStasio 

Interior Design 




JeffreyDruan 

Fire Science Administration 



Catherine Dunn 

Music Industry 



Craig Eddy 

Music and Sound Recording 



Kelly Edwards 

Accounting 





Ayesha Farooq ZahidFarooq Jennifer Ferranti 

Electrical Engineering Hotel and Restaurant Management Management of Sports Industrie*- 



Anaysha Bgueroa 

Busmess Administration 





Ruby Besneda Andrew Biccmbne Amanda Bohwem Shawn Bye 

Forensic Science and Chemistry Air Transportation Management Forensic Science and Chemistry Management of Sports Industries 




Joseph Grasso 

CA if Engineering 



Jennifer Green 

Bicloqy and Pre-Mcd 



Juke Greenlees Jelahn Griffith 

Forensic Science and Chemistry Business Administration 



3 cannot jtoe jou the formula for 

success, but J can jiue jou the 

formula for failure, which is: 

try to please euerybodj, 

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Amanda Hoegen 

Cf-Im estigatn e Services 



Erica Hollmger 

Communication 



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Nikko Fisher 
Dental Hygiene 



Johnny Forlivio 
Graphic Design 



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Dean Franca^® George Franek 

Hre Science Arson In\ estimation C f - Investigative Services 



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Brian Gala^ka JrinaGetnan 

Hre Science Arson Investigation Forensic Science and Chemistry 




Wilkingson Germain Nicholas Getter 

Finance Forensic Science and Chemistry 






Kristen Havelka 

CJ- Corrections 



Latrica Hazgn 

Forensic Science and Chemistry 



Meghan Heaphy 

CJ - Investigate e Services 



Rachel Hernandez 

Criminal Justice 





Teri Howell 

Interior Design 



ToniHristev 

Electrical Engineering 



James lannucti 

CJ- In vestigative Services 



Semlchihara 

Business Administration 




Ayalto 

Communication and Tourism 



Beata Karwowski 

CJ-Im estigative Services 



Man Lang 

Forensic Science 





Michaeljackson 

Forensic Science 



Lisettejeppesen 

Busmess Administration 



Lumejoseph 

CJ -Juvenile and Family Services 




William My 

Busmess Administration 



Jeffery Kennerly 
Accounting 



Stephanie Lantz, Rebecca Lasky 

CJ - Law Enforcement Administration C J - Investigative Senices 





Mkhat Loesch 

CJ-Im estigatn e Services 



Takia Lucas 

Crimmal Justice 



Danielle Lug; 



Gregory Khaikin 

i Music and Sound Recording 




Tracy Lausch 

CJ-In\ estigatn e Sendees 




Bobby MacDonald 



CJ-Im estgatii e Services Fire Science Arson Investigation 



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up and become who jou 
really are, 

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Soukymane Kaba 

Finance and Economics 



Joseph Kachmarck 

CJ-Im estigatA e Sen ices 




Jeremy Kostick 

Chemical Engineering 



MehnkKotch 

Management of Sports Industries 



Franck Kouame 
Computer Engineer mg 



Robert KM 

Forensic Science 




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Dewayne Lawrence 

Civil Engineering 



Justin Leduc Blair Livingston Lynda Locke 

Music Industry and Business Management of Sports Industries Forensic Science and Chemistry 





Ralph Marguy 

CJ - law Enforcement Administration 



Jaajuelyn Marrero 

Mass Communication 



Nicholas Mascicm 

Music and Sound Recording 



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Management of Sports Industries 



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Andrew Melnyk Samantha Metje 

i Musk and Snmd Recording Music Industry 



Jeffrey Marin Jennilyn Moros 

Music and Sound Recording Psychology Community Clinical Cone. 





Brendan Murphy 

Music and Sound Recording 



Lisa-Mark Napoltano 

Music Industry 



Stephanie Napp 

Forensic Science 



Donna Rhoads-Frost 



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Tiago Ribeiro 

Accounting and Business Admin. 



Patricia Rivas 

Forensic Science 




PapaNdiaye 

International Business 




Jarrod Rogers 

Hotel and Restaurant Management 



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Peter Mosko 

General Engineering 



Farouk Muhammed Brendan Muldowney Jennifer Mullen 

Chemical 'Engineering Music and Sound Recording ^J'^ m ' c ^ 3tn ' e Services 





Dave Nelson 

Music and Sound Recordmg 



Katy Nelson ReikoNmnata Rashidat Olayokun 

Business Administration Hotel and Restaurant Management Biology 




Jeffrey Provost 

Mechanical Engineering 



Jennifer Provost 
Business Administration 



Daniel Quirk 

Graphic Design 



Shannon Reynolds 

CJ '- Investigative Services 



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fls soon asjou are dead and rotten, 
ffther write things worthy reading, 

Or do things worth the writing, 

~ Benjamin Sranklin 





GnnaRojas 
Business Administration 



Mohammed Saleh 

Eire Protection Engineering 



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time to be rich, 

and the best time 

to be poor. 



Mco Santo-Domingo 

Music and Sound Recording 



Rebecca School 

Psychology 




Lenora Shmman-Qarke 

Forewic Science 



Adam Sitverstone Carrie Simonds Shemaka Smith 

fwe Science Administration CJ -Juvenile and Family Services Computer Engineering 




Dominick Tangorra 

Music and Sound Recording 



Gma Tarlton 

Forensic Science 



Ruben Taveras 

Communication 



Chie Thibodeau 

CJ-ln\ estigati) r Services 




Monica Torres 

Communication 



Kimberly Turcotte Samantha Turley Ekca Upadhaya 

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Forensic Science Fke Science Arson Investigation and CJ Management of Sports Industries Electrical Engineering 




Kyle Smart 

Communication 



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Matthew Thomsen 

Mechanical Engineering 



Melissa VasHiacks 

Fte Science Admin, and Arson In i est. 




Kumiko Sullivan 

Interior Design 



Jason Swan Christopher Tamayo 

Cf-Im estigative Services Fire Science Administration 




Melissa Tirado 

Music Industry 



Tracy Tolmodge 

Business Administration 



Tiffany Toom 

CJ- Victim Sen ices 




Stephanie Vilnk 

Dental Hygiene 



Ginger Voisine Kixme Wakui 

CI-In\ estigatn e Services Hotel and Restaurant Manage. 

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Sara White 

Forensic Science 



SahWilbx 

Ore Science Administration 





Steven White 

Music and Sound Recording 




Marissa Yoxall 

CJ- Law Enforcement Administration 



Monijue Wilson 
CJ- In i 'esrigath e Sen ices 



Ak'Zemrani 
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Tawnya White 

Criminal Justice 



Keith Wright 
Mechanical 'Engineering 



Jamar Williams 

C/Jui enile and Family Services 




Edward Znnmoch 

Criminaljustice 



Brian Yer%ak 

Forensic Science and Chemistry 




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CJ-In\ estigath e Senices 



3ou are educated, ^our certification is in 

jour dejree, ^ou may think of it as the 

ticket to the jood life, fet me askjou to 

think of an alternative. Think of it as 

jour ticket to change the world. 

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Anziano, Leon 
German, Peter 

."lynton, Wentworth 
Brody, Richard 
Coleman, Charles 



Daneshfar, Alireza 

Dick, Ronald 

Downe, Edward 

Finn, Dale Marie 

Fried, Gil 

Goldberg, Martin 

Crubacic, Sanja 

Haley, George 



Judd, 3en 
Kublin, Michael 
Lane, Scott- 
Liang, JiaJuaii 
Martin, Linda 

McDonald, Robert 
Mensz, Pawel 

Metchick, Robert- 
Morris, David 

Moscove, Stephen 
Nadim, Abbas 
Neal, Judith 
Fan, William S 
Parker, Joseph 
Fhelan, John 

Prasad, Anshuman 
Rainieh, Robert 

Rancher, Steven 
Reid, Sean 
Rhode, John 



Roy, Subroto 
Sack, Allen 
Schuster, Zeljan 
Sencicek, Mehmet 
Shapiro, Steven 
Singh, Parbudyal 
Smith, Donald C. 
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Adame, William 
Aliane, E3ouzid 

E3arratt, Carl 



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Chandra, Darun 

Collura, Michael 

Daniels, Samuel 

Pel Valid!, EdJi<? 

Diesenhou&e, Jacalyn 

Egbert, David 

Faigel, Oleg 

Fergany, Tahany 

Flecher, Alice 

Fish, Andrew 

Frey, Roger 



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Horning, Darrell 

Hosay, Norman 

Karimi, Dijan 

Koutsospyros, 

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Lambrakis, Konstantine 

Laniue, Rose 

Luzik, Eddie 

Montazer, Ali 

Nocito-i?obel, Jc^an 

O'Keefe, Daniel 

Orabi, Ismail 

Toro-Ramos, Zulma 

Ross, Stephen 

Saliby, Michael 

Same, John 

Schwartz, Pauline 

Sommers, Alexis 

Sonderegger, Elaine 

Stanley, Richard 

Wall, David 

Wentworth, Ronald 

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Cassidy, James 

Cohen, Howard 

Punston, Nelson 

Elmoznino, Joanne 

craboury, Mario 

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Genre, Charles 

Harris, Howard 

lliescu, Sorin 
Johnson, Thomas 
Lavvlor, Michael 
Lee, Henry 
Massicotte, Robert- 
Miller, Marilyn 
Monahan, James 
Monahan, Lynn 
Morris, Donna 
Norton, William 
O'Connor, Martin 
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Delta Chi is a national fraternity dedicated to a Brotherhood 

designed to promote friendship, develop character, advance 

justice, and assist in the acquisition of a sound education. 

Delta Chi was founded at Cornell University on October 13, 

1890 as a law 

fraternity. It 

became a general 

social fraternity in 
1909. In 1929, 

Delta Chi became 

the first fraternity 

to abolish hazing 

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tion. As the only 
national fraternity , 
on campus, the ^jg|j 
New Haven 
Chapter was 
founded on 
October 17, 1981. 
Delta Chi prides 
itself on helping 
those on and off campus that are less fortunate then ourselves 
by hosting numerous events Our chapter hosts two blood 
drives, raises thousands of dollars a year, organizes food and 
clothing drives, and teaches underprivileged children. 



President: 
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Joe Cuzino 

Secretary: 
Jeff Fedynak 

Treasurer 
Adam Silverstone 

Alumni Secretary: 
Jason Klein 

Seargent at Arms: 
A.J. Wharton 



AMCs /Chuck Hioff and Ralph Marguy 

Jim Easton, Ron Licari, Steve Marra, Jared Pietrella, 
Tim Scott, Josh Soufrine 




Founded in 1963, by nine freshman women, Chi Kappa Rho 

Sorority celebrated 40 years at the University of New Haven 

this past September. XKP is a secret sorority that thrives on 

community service. Most recently we became #1 Greek in 

the 2002-2003 

academic year. 

Our Annual 

Fashion Show, 

which started in 

1965, benefits the 

Virginia M. 
Parker Scholar- 
ship. In addition 
to helping the 
community, we 
lend a hand to the 

University for 
numerous events, 

including the 
Alumni Ball. XKP 

also holds an 
annual Pie Throw 
Contest in which 
all proceeds benefit the charity of choice for that semester. We 
hold a Sweetheart Ball around Valentine's Day each year. 
XKP takes part in social events with other Greeks and the 
University community. 



"Share the 
Friendship and Spirit." 



President: 
Kawal Hanjan 



Vice President: 
Mandi McGuire 



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Chrissy DeVaux 

Seargent 

at Arms: 
Rachel Incerto 

Pledgemaster. 
Cassie Coppola 



Sarah Lamparelli 



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The birth of Delta Sigma Alpha can be traced back to the fall 

of 1986. It was then that the 14 founding brothers banded 

together to define the principles and morals that every 

brother since has stood. It is these three principles: Justice, 

Wisdom and 

Brotherhood, 

which can best 

define the 

ambitions of all 
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Delta Sigma Alpha I 

brothers to this | r 

day. Delta Sigma ■ 

Alpha is actively 

involved in 

advancing the 

well being of the 

greater New 

Haven 

community, 

participating in 

several benefits 

and fundraisers year after year. Community service is a 

strong and perennial goal of the brotherhood and we are 

recognized every year by several organizations for our hard 

work and sacrifice. 



President: 
Eric Cornell 



Rush Chairman: 
MikeAuletta 



Vice President: 
Tom Slyman 

Secretary: 
Jared Pahutski 



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Fall Pledge 
Educator: 
TimCyr 

Chapter Relations: 
Ken Dickinson 

Parliamentarian: 
Alex Myalkovsky 



Scholastic Chairman: 
Lou Ducceschi 




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President: 
Naseam Behrouzfard 



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women and children 

DEB participates in 

events such as the 

annual "Sleep Out 

For the Homeless." 
This fundraiser is an 
opportunity to raise 
over 1,500 dollars for 
a New Haven shelter! 

called Life Haven. * 

The sisters of Delta 
Epsilon Beta Sorority 

help surrounding 

communities with 

events such as The 

Domestic Violence 
Walk and the annual 

Diabetes Walk in 

North Haven. DEB devotes itself every semester to collecting items 

for the Battered Women's Shelter and helping out in local shelters 

in the surrounding New Haven area. 



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Vice President: 
Heather Alpaugh 

Secretary: 
Stacey Tetreault 



Treasurer 
Arianna DiBenetto 

Sergeant at Arms: 
Rachel Pawlina 

Associate Member 

Educator 

Ruby Fresneda 



Assistant Associate Member fi/ucafan Danielle Lutz 



Joelle Lamontagne, Becca Kulick, Michele Suttile 











The Fraternity of Kappa Gamma Rho was founded on April 

16, 1997. We are a largely community service based 
fraternity with 
social ideals. We 
have in the past 
been the top 
ranked Greek 
Organization in 

the 
Undergraduate 
Student Govern- 
ment Association. 
We are a frater- 
nity that believes 
that brothers come 
first and then 



President: 
Lawrence Fantauzzi 




Vice President: 
Nick Getter 

2*' Vice President: 
Phil Gawronski 

Secretary. 
Matt Hogan 

Treasurer. 
Steve Hermes 

Sergeant at Anns: 
Ed Pawlick 



believe that 
helping the 

community around us can only improve the way that all 
Fraternities and Sororities are looked at on this campus. 



John Cassidy Jr. 

Adam Goldstein 

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The Inter Fraternity/Sorority Council is the governing body 
over the five social Greek organizations on campus. They are 

Chi Kappa Rho 
Sorority, Delta Chi 

Fraternity, Delta 
Epsilon Beta 

Sorority, Delta 
Sigma Alpha 

Fraternity, and 

Kappa Gamma . 
Rho Fraternity. It 
is composed of two 

representatives 
from each organi- 
zation and five ■ HI 
executive officers. 
The Inter Frater- 
nity/Sorority 
Council is also the 
brains behind RUSH Week which is when Greek organiza- 
tions recruit new members in the Fall and Spring. 




Vice-President: 

Chuck Ilioff 

(Delta Chi 

Fraternity) 

Secretary: 
Naz Behrouzfard 
(Delta Epsilon Beta 

Sorority) 



Tom Slyman 

(Delta Sigma Alpha 

Fraternity) 



Sergeant at Arms: Jared Pahutski 
(Delta Sigma Alpha Fraternity) 





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The Undergraduate StJUdent^G^^ 
responsible for ,r^ USGA is 

aii iJ^gral qrg^ 

The student Activity fee paid pj each undergraouate^ student is used to provide a 
number of 'spciaie\nm% irata cultural 

ev6ri^;a^ oth^ entire 

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cultural* dn<J acadehiic natural the X5&&& :is- fes^dnsible for o^si&ng^ali student 
media, including: the Charter jEmJil^n,: the ^ 
radio ^a8|»^^ 

yearbook. Standing com^tite^s pt tl^ XJS^A proviM students further opportunities 
for iji^^ 

the USGA meets weekly and al| students are encouraged to b^cdnie invoh^din^ts 
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Jason Callinan, John Cassidy Jr„#Mlip Gawronskl, 
Jo^i Gee> Irina G^enilari/Ter^ence Greaves, Adam 
Goldstein, Jfristen HaveBfca, Matthew Hoganr 

Dayana ' Jacques^ Brian Legg* < Michael ;Lqescn, 

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'','• ^fatasjia. Grodger; "^ii? 
• Hitn^t •- Society;;: Gen4. 
> ; Mangiacapra, Astronomy : 

Evilly' bieskjiBto^hef to % 
^SiOTeKitewayrie iawrence, 
}BSU: jCMyxm ' Pal^v <3ri- 
; Kappa ^ MhptU€hri^»-fl | 
;- pevaiKt,^ Communications 

Club: Keneisha ^B^^^e>^|is'" 
\ 'tKA? .^enyon Haye, IJeitfa - 
>; CHt: Ron IJcari, Delia' 
Epsilon Beta: Radnel>; 
Pawtifia, -Delta Sigma 
.'•:." Alpha} BA^ehael: ' Aule^ta;, £ 
.Fire Science Club: Amanda 
Pumm, Mrs* AZeit; Chris filer nier, CJFSCGr Lizbeth 
Jirienez, Gaming Cin%]\^r^ 
lissa Cyr, Hospitality and Tourism: -John 
Rnggitero^ ISA: Kaiisbai >SOparker,-IEEEr Arish 
Alreja,^Ift9C: Gnajrle^ IlliOf ,' Irish • & Italian i : 
Sbcieiy?; ; :<^the ; rine Barry, Kappa Gamma Rho: 
Steve; Hermes, Lacrosse: Craig Jones,' LASA: 
Elba. Arango, ME1SA: Jake ioi^g, AfiSRE 1 : tiddler, .' 
• Flte,v Charger Pep Band: jftay- WronsM PIRO: 
Shawn Lahberte, Psychology: Nina FataejsOn; ' 
SAI)HA: Aprjl Herinani, -SFPJE: Joseph SpjeitOj,: v 
SMMjE; Kristen Gaulin, Suri/Snpw/Sk,a,te: Dave 
BersonV E3VH Gospel Choir: ;jvliriam^BeaudO;ih 

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President: Jennifer McKinnon « 
'^j^^^B^j^^lj^li^f Sarah Levine ^v ' 
7 Executive Assistant: ^isa Mar cheterre 
Treasure?: H^ (Gawi^nsifct ' ; 
< •' Sergeant at Aims: Matt Hogaii • 

On behalf of IfceC Class of 2005 thanks to 
everyone who helped make this an AMAZ- 
\BV<K^year; Best of tuck to the Class bf^ 20^)4. 
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Class of 2004 t ■ v 

President: Melissa Vasiliadis 

Treasurer: Jason Callinan 
Executive Assistant: Tiffany Tooni 
; Sergeant at Arms: Chie TMbbdeati 
Publicity Coordinator and Webmaster: 
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To the Class of 2004: ^ 

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Congratulations! You did it, and it's finally 

Graduation time! TJje.past four years; Went 

; ^M^^wi'Ma^^^ :'.-liy fast and^now we are 





thing ;you experienced 
^ifl^tay: with, you for 
the r}est of your life> , ' 
Enjoy it, relive it, and 
dotft forget the good . 

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President: Robert Tesorrero^ 
";•■ T^ce Presideht: Ip^ly Olesky :r 

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Tftits year hp-S b^etiigrejat. . ! B*e Halloween jb^icfe 
turned but to' be aVhuge £ticcessl We hive made a 
Iq't' of pr6gre$^ysuice last year>*Good liiek to all 
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■'■:■ President: 
, Sabriua Wood 
^' Vlcre President: -S 
r Erica Cartolanb 
Executive Assistant: 
^obyh MpMickeu 
Trej&urer: ■ ; 
Emily Bennett 



We 'would: l^e to take tlui§ ojjpoirtMtrilty, to 
thank you all ior- electing us as your elasjs 
. officers. We are looking forward to work- 
ing ;for ybu over^the jiext fpur years; ;^We 
know you hate ideas arid, jsiig^estlons and 
w§ are all willing ^to > listen to theni; ^et's 
make bur four ypars at tJNH the best they 
can possibly be! ^ \ >' ^ . 



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arger Bulletin 



Editor-in-Chief: 

Marcus Hanscom 





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';■'' a ; ; t . / \MeJissja <jrinteii, Kristin Kaufmanri, Ty^er Ann :K$^^ ' r 

^ - : :': Sharon Mofton, ;Brehdan iMu^pby,; S^ah-, Ne'^lei^. Corrin Oniziik, V V :J ■ .;\:''^ ':.' 

- ; v Jennif er S&agelpty, jdlnv Stuart, Tiffany Toom; Kimberly Velez v ' 

The ^ (pai-ger.Bulfetiu is the Student hewsp^p^ of 

hard work oyer t^ 

content was made available for the campus cbnuninitty. The key word tor The s Charger Bulletin 
for this yeai* ^d y^ars to cottie is prof e^ were devoted 1 entirely to 



Bulletin not as a campus newspapeit, but; as & newspaper, \yhile bur counterparts a^ptoer colleges 
and universities Jnay be viewed as merely ^tudent-ruh, ciitapus publication we worked to be 
recogmzed as a real^ 

and academically as ;we tread; on hjtp the 21 s ^centur^, Tbe Charger Bulletin will reflect the' 
University's growth and njaturity as we show professionalism to the national audience in >all 



media content providers, we were able to achieve pur'gdaj to provide i-tBe campus cohnttunity with 
a quality, prof e^iPtolp^ 

but also on the quality of this fine University; Wey^ould lik.e to extend dur : Sincere thanks to those 

who have supported us throughput 4fae year; and we look forward;to serving you again. To the 

'seniors: Best- of luck; in. ail -that you do! _ - '; '■, ~ ' ; - / V" ' v \» ' „./ /j'- : ■■!:.'' • "". .*';,"■'.';*-**•■ 



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» ' >V - ' • ■ \. SteJGfc-Anale^.AIfferefe; Victoria Aquino,' ' ;V' 

".- ; ': j: - . '■'. "-.•./■ "\ ; Michael Loe§jeK £isa Mar«heteri'e, ' »,- ' - V ' j" '? ••', '. 

' \ • Julia Weatherseed» Jnstin I^lomio ', . 

ilie tihai-tot ';y^£i|£pk.1s/4-'^6i^; of ^ext£einely dedicated people that havethe respbfcsibilit^oi 

recording the vairioi^eve^ 

Haven campus, This resp6ii$n>iiity is demanding rat times; y%t each andijvei-y one of us nas a great 

time putting together this spine \with pages and pages of Tnemories for others t«i enjoy for years 

^J^d^^^^i^^J^'^K^^ most h^ely nbjice^ 

throughout the bookr inirrbring what'the students have been seeing, on campus all year. We hope 

that you enjoy the .change up bf styles throughout the secti^^ 

iv^ incorporated inib ithe ^€|ii^t»-^Wfe^jpic^|- : very /hardrtb lehsure, that this yearboblt . was 

fflff^ent.tfronv a^ an ^.additibnai 16 pages! Be-sure tp; ch^ck oht the 

h^^tl^'€9^. : ^fi^4iic0:' eyeryjhhig^ that happened "live" and additional footage J^oiji the 

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SiC APiE.ris the Studei^i Cbimiiittee OnTfrogrammhig and .Eyepts.; Weajete ijuys who bring in 1 
manyAOf th^ 

; top-rated fl0J6\!ies,^ very weekend, comedians -eyery-Mpath^ game shows/ and mnsie 

events,; Ahd let us hot forget ey«rybOdy*s faVorite r ^monthly ^ open-mie ntght^i the Bean House. 
SCOPE members worked very hard this year to bring ohfy the finest quality of >ehfetainmeht to 
UNH,and their hard work is .•«^]ty'-ise^:at..^ejr^^^ f ;:- Soi^e^M^bil^b.^'rpI jfite;^OfKUaod4^0jp0Jras- : - 
are the Inflatable Fun Fest; the Haunted Hbusei itock^-Ro^Il Wek, and Spring Weekend 
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Station Managers Kyle Stuart 



Program Director: Matthew Field 




\\^HU-FMi is ^ no 

Communications C6n^ssion<FCC) tb^thelMvcrsity Of kGW,H^veH.<l]paJi H^b station began 



how,eWlyed toVi^pre^^ roun<^ digital stereo status. The i 

station's linenpifrsigM FM ^gna>^goes but ; anproxi^te^ M'i'.^^^^ : j^^^^^pfi 
reachfes a potential audience 6t ar^ 

and Io^-stanoin| traditions of NCE* radio; WNH0's ■ prograntnirag consists of, musiq and 
int ormation not coniniercially^availJanle ^yitiUn the station's licensed broadcast area. The 

Statioftis^ 

is a departmental faculty meinber and is responsibjle tor all long-range plannnigtor the 
station, ^ith^tne excepftbn of an FCC mandated part-time Ci^tti0mer,m&GM is. WMHlJ^s 
only; paid^ 'employee^ Ml otner regular / station managers and directors are UNH 
rundergraiiuate; students sonte receiving tuition reimbursenaient for tbeir work. WNHU's 
trans^mitter and^tefflm are lo^ 

Haven campus. \VlNfrI^^ Maxcy Hall, the 

unitersity's main administration^ 
cpines from sWeraLs^^ 

Goventatent Asspciationv-public listeners' donations, and, to a josser exteM, tower^pace 
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delighted to IniaHy ^ve ; - 

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■ : [ -cbinnninity. : ; ATC is. a/-; 

branch of _ . Canipus "- 1 

iCrusaders lor Christ on 

a 'mission ;to; s^r^e^d , 
; ; / God's word to the wbrldV 

: We are"dedica^?04 "t° p I Alph 

.r buildmg-up;^ 

'-■? Clirist, while providing^ •'-« r comf o^afele p^gp 

atmosphere fdrey^ry student to d|scuss and field 



Christian. ?AWC 'provides various .events ^imi] 
- such as feiclay Feilq wsh^un^M Sunday ^a; 
■ Cafeteria Dinners so that ih6, loye of Christ i j^^ 
can be glared with our VNH. family. We,also ^ a 
take an active rt >le P* ^ community by- v 
serving the elderly, homeless, ^d the young -;V " : ,£ 
■ ■/■ children in the N<Sw ^avenarea. One of $%"& ' 
r :■■ bigge !St/0vj^ts'wO plan ;to haVee^ 
our end of the year Revival. 
l?raise the^Lo^S and God Bless! 

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American Criminal 
Justice Association 

SThe tpSH chapter, Psi Omega, 'Of the American 
Criminal Justice Associatioh <ACJ^4)/.Lambda- 
Alpha Epsilon (LAE),. is a professional and 
pxe-^^ the £oal of 

preparing stM 
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similar hitej*ests*&s weli'^s brmging hi Lecturers 
aha demonstrations -from -various Criminal 
Justic<e Agencies. l?his bast year yire participated 
in a regio^ 

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Alpha Lambda Delta 
National Honor Society 

Alpha Lambda Delta is a ^^Fi*eslmaH\fi6npr$ociet^ p| 
that eroottrages high scholastic • achievement,* m 



'Eligibility, is depeiitdeht , upon involvement ;ih jhe, 



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average. Tb^]^atidnali3haptei- was ftsuMecl^t the W^^^^^^^^^^^^ 
University of Illinois hi 1924 and was testablished center about our own galaxy as well as a 
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Every y^arlb^^<^be!ns 6| ^DhohOr the faculty 
and adjunct;, professors,.' . ii&i l%^c 



Receptioiiv «m 
tiviti'ei^ held ^during the .VI 
academic year include jgj 
eOliectmgToys f o> T$sy>| 
holding; food 'drlVei*; for : I 
W^Af , participating ■ 1 
in awareness ;wef J£sV' ; .' 
encouraging success on I 
finals, and a yajrlety 6f I 
other u^ I 

aridconinlunity. service - J 
events; >* .'"■,' -. 1 



the ISlAx Theater, as well as a trip to the 

jteactforthem 

On campus events include full moon viewings 

and nights to learn the constellations. In the 

future* we plan, on going to the Hayden 

Planetarium' '.in ' Ivew T^prk, City as well as the 

JStratf ord Observatory* v : •[. £ £ .■ 

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Club was founded, on the 

idea that students should 

have a platfornt fVoin. 

which they could air their: 

views. 

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ihtefe$t both to the rbsl^ent pbpulatipn and 
the commuter .pbpi^aiionV: : /Mbsts iinpor- 



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a sense bf cbnunu^ 
We' promote participation in all-areas of the.universUy,. 
l|NH, enabling members' tb JnteraCfcbetter > , . ; / U 
with:; the outside', worldy regardless ; , ctf y. ' . ; ■ hp-. 
socioeconomic- pr bthnlc backgrotnids; "We ?* [ 
also offer ^ ahinn^ '■•' -' 

Scholarship; awar^ to a7 worfiry recipient f . y-^,; v 
.whb^lias exempliUed .the nieanta I ^ 

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Mmt^^^Team 

The AdinissionS Xeain is responsible for giving 



... "f amities jre£ar ding the 
> volunteer ^roup jsjives daily 
•tours; as isveltas. specJaT.jgroup ■ t^^ 
Btpus^ days 1 . ^ehtoWc- guide hopes tb pass on 
crucial information during their fours that v*iH. 



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The Black Student Union fe an organization founded 
at the UriiversityvOf "ftefo B4vep in Jt9?8. The BSU; 
welcomes, all pi the various ethnic groups and 
Vaces, : at the university. . -, The organization is 
Centered:- on: the prmciples; of botb; ; recreational 
and ^educational : ievejiis f pr '; vthe J - liniversitK' 
c^aijE^iuiitv;;-^ :aiso^:vp)|%iteers inX the 

sur;roimdnig SeW H^ 

Member s also participate^ in ■'. empowering 
workshops, discussion groups, and a plethora Of 
leadership opportunities in preparation for life, 
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... P:;;iiit its •"; 7 t,v -'year ' at $xe 
University^ 0dr ipr ganization prides itself in 
Showing team spirit at Charger spprting 
events 'that grange frt)m loothalito pasket- 
ball games, Although smart/in numbers^ the 
Pep .Band shows, .musical support for the 
university in big ways. We host a trip to one 
away game each year which any student can 
attend. Becent destinations hav0 included 
North Carolina? Philadelphia, and Minne- 
sota. We hope to see incite Musicians get 
myptvedVand also look f orWard • to continue 
ing GUI' support for* ifre UiVH sports teams. 



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^AJtjli i&afctt/y&QJ&v&a; strong interest in mass 
. i- media .produciioTiv >l-he- members 'produce and 
direct wefekj^prbgr major campus 

;ey«^ 
..: 'i0f^;lffi^^ ahcl many 

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celebrate - our : Garlbbeaii ciiltttr e and .^of tware^ All ^j^giaiiisjair weekly birr CHAKCrE|l 
heritage, at the University^ bl New 4Javeh. CHiLMpiL t4. 1 y , ■ 

Our goal is to educate our fellow colleagues -~ » , » v - ' 

about- the importance of ; the Carip^ah. ^ " v '■■ :."'- : ' r ,;•.''. ^v'^' v.:";'- -\' ;: /; ^- ; :':'' a^;;-'' .'W 

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The. Equal Rights Alliance is loriherljr 'known as 
fiL^SA. Our mission is {$ diversify the tftfB' 
campus and community. We .strive to increase the. 



awareness and educate, this campus oh ^being 
respectful ol the 'differences between one another . 





The Fire Science- Club does community 
.^service, goes>on tours, and sponsors many 
guest: speakers throughout the -year. 
Furthermore, . inemberis! participate in 
numerous events during lire prevention, 
arsbn v and alcohol awareness weeks. .In 
previous years, members bave helped out at 
the New Haven soup kitchen and visited the 
NeW ^ork City Fire DejparMenti ^ 
is predominately for fire science students* 
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Chemistry Club is a 
student ^>r ganizatioh ;. 
geared toward students' v 
interested in. academics ' * 
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related to diemistry and?.' 
or forensic science. The L 
•club ; hosts . e vients ; and .: ^ 
activities ^throughout the % 
]^ar/^t^^denihg ;the / 
learning experiehce and , 
bringing ; fun. into : ;0u^;-£ 

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Offers an opportunity to build jreiationships 
with: fellow students as well as a strong 
foundation in developing or ganizatiohal and 
social skills essehtlal for the workplace. 
Tiie club is proudly affiliated witft the 
national Organizations of the .American 
Chemical Society and the American 
Academy; pf ^Fdre^ic Sciences^; . -:': ''.'. v : ; '„ 

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Eirst Alert wa's "established during the spring 

^ieaqiiestef o| C%^*'? : iffi : i$^ include promot 
ciainaraderie among students with &n inter es 
Emergency Medical Service (EMS), and promoting 
EMS awareness and, education. ; ptir rently; we 
have Over iWb dozen active members, meludin 

maiW Whin hnlrl knme^.TTM»nf mpdfral.r.e^rtifioatioi 



We also promote .coinmuhity service activities, 
such as blood prlessift^e' screehmgis. We are also 
looking to hoM.CPR classes on cajtnpiis. 'Further- 
more, vve arfe lOokmg irito responding to the 
Emergency Medical heeds -tor both students and 
, faculty jonca^^ 

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"people are encouraged to try new games and bring 
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' Halo, IStarGr^^ '"'. ' '"'<-.. 

as an aid for -people to find, each other wb£» ^ j^^ 6f £1^^ andMeetronles 
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gaoling.. . , • ; ,.. Electrieal/CdmputerEhgmeering discipline. 

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filled events. Such events^ include holiday 
parties < and our Annual International 
Festival. Our purpose is to enlighten 



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comprise our typrJteL. The club, is currently 
composed bf both undergraduate and 
graduate students from over fifty countries. 

Student Association 



^Ehe Irish' & Italian Society -has had itsi fii 
successful year on campus^ The club was ereat 



UNH and the Greater New Haven Area* The el 
is open to all students and gets students invdlv._ 
both ^>h and off; campusy W^ are overwhelmed 
with the amount of students dedicated to making 
tbls cliib a i^Uccesk and we greatly appreciate the 
enthusiasm* tnneV aiid, effort they:n^ve produced 
this past ^yeaifj ■ {The; club a^redit)* its success to 
bur adylsor, Martin O'Gonnbrj Lwh6 pushes-'riis : to 



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The Latin American Student Association began in 
1991 here ^.fthe tJtriye^i^ity of IVew Hayenv We are 
a gtfqiupoof students that work hard to promote 
leadership, education, and Cultural 'activities for 
all . s^Udettts; &t ■ 1 .;flie\; -x^^rsii^^\'\W^ar^'>fb^ 
strdnjgest than we ^yer^ver-bfeeu. ni-the! past. The 
uniqueness of LASA is the bond amohg its mem- 
bers^ of .different Hispanic backgrQunds which 
allows us to^bring forth our hetttage through 
various arts and cultural activities, ;' \>- " ^ 






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. The Industry Student Association C^EEISA) spend 
t^em- thcir 1 tim0 dealing ^thmiisjc ^6n Campus.: 
vhieh • W$ i-un events such -as BeanhOUse, various 
dUgh , concerts^ abd^^ "V^e^pend the 

• ■' '■■■} ;,- r^storj^ur time making compilation albums 
■■C ■-?■:. - and ■ debut releases in, -|dttt ^campus ■studips. 

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, ; artwork to mastering, of ^albums.' 

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After three years at IMH,. 
the Parahorinal Investi- 
gation and Research' 
Organization is at /the; 
brink of freaking ' into 
the prof essioijai field; It 
has new ; members, new , 
structure and brand new;; 
«qui]pmehti •'-. \ 13ns- year-' 
members journeyed to 
;State ^oliege, ;P'A. f or jhe 
2nd annual paranormal 
epnf erenqe ■';.' With the 




Society. Tramingclasses 

. t aku\ g* h t' ; new. ,<'*/'■ ■<■■■ r - j 
member 

boundaries and usje of "eqiiipmeht. In ao^^ yfj 

tiori to; Makc^r B;all ahd/the Gatehouse, a ^ 

number .of other buildings on campus {are ^ 

xumOredtobehaimted^aridP^ ^ 

to make plans to investigate tliese sites as L 

weU. PIRO is <nit to jcharige the worldy one g£ 

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The National 3ociety~p| ' Black Enguteersj(NSBE> is 
a national non-profit student rim organization 
•composed of six; regional organizations. We focus 
^rhnai*ily, oh eneOuragkig minori,ties to ; hetter 
their., education ^/ahdacade^<; skills tnrQugh 
interactive ; ^scUssiOhs/ o^en-fpruhis; and skill 
building; games,' -We also try to inyoive : Our 
jodenibers^ in J^BE and ;IINH related events arid 
educating them on NSBE ^history. . We >■ offer 
opportunities f or* scholarships, internships, 
co-ops, i and careers thrpu^'rietwbridng at pur 
ill r regional ';' and national 
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to provide •■t'in'siglit'-:..oi4- ; ;., : |the'~. student athlete 
experience. SAAC ^Isoipffers MipUt on the ^ples^ 
jregulaiipns. and pPlieies • that affect : student 
athletes' lives on '^J^bAA member institution 



tfre totarstude^^thleie ^3^]^!^^^ pir6m<»^^. 

opportunity^ 

and fostering a positiye-stu^enMthiete hhage..; 





Students Making .an 
•impact oh T^eir Living 
Environment (SMILE* is 
.the v ' t|NHf epminjunity 
s^vijCfe; groups We 
f bens on community 



university. SMILE is 
open to, the entire 
1 campus and new mem- 
^ \ 'beiis .//are 'v.. always 
■welcome. The group 
P • wort^->i^ H^to 
HtHnamty, - isbup lichens, ; The Boys and 
Girls €lub» and many other local tjharitiesv 
SMILE participates m^^^n 



Our biggest event of the i year is the Multiple 

^l^psisjW^ 

club is always looking; 'for new ideas so feel 

free to stop byvany/of our' meetings br 

contact- a member! / ^ . < " 



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Surt/SnoWSkate Club 

jTJie Siirf /Sftow/S^jHte Cfub series as a club f 
Ihiose ^ learning, and tho 

^reacty mVOlyed in. surfing Vand } snowboarding. 
We. icre opeii; to all alternative sbor ts,- but >f pens 
inanily on surfing and snowboarding. We offer 
surf trips '"■to Rl|^e> ^ 

trijps to Caaa,<l9,V jaliijdl- siii .py er^ Ne w England, free 
lesson^ arid' the > rider : lifestyle. J ; ^; 



With the "Liord • • by our side/ pTSB'^^ospeil 
Choir thrives to uplift the name of the Lord 
on campus through songv* The melodious 
voices of praise seek to inspire and eheer 
those, who have lost hope. Our mission is to ? 
unite our student ;bod^ so> that we will be , 
able to stand together '.as*a people and as 
GOD's chihlreh^ 

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Sartti Bennil (LB), Osiii; Biltle (WR). Akil Bouiaurl (DB). William Buck (OB), \i(k 
Calvo (OL ), Sheldon (anlrell (DB), lustln Coquel (GL). Mike CostcJJo OE). Stacy 
Daniels (QB), Troy Dellamacggio (DB). hid DiGeunaru (LB), Joseph DiMeglio 
(QB), Robert DJiiiiih en/in (QB). Stanley Dormerville (DL), Jim En/ien (QB). FJoyd 
Ferjusle (DB). Anrae Fcvrier (DL), Keilh rnrd (OL;. Shawn Frye (WR), Patrio-k 
Gildea (01), Omar Giles (DB). Jennaine Gordon (DL), Gary Green (DE), Qtfratl 
Hall (LB). Kevin Halonski (DE). Travis Hand (OL), Damn Kaynes (SB). lames 
Hilgenteldl (LB), Tyrell Ingram (WR). Aslitm Jackson (WR), Tbomas Johnson (OL), 
MiliunJohitson (S,B). Jonathan Joseph (DB), Brell Keough (DL), Corey Lane (SB). 
Kevin LaSure (WR), Innathan Lee-Hugh (TE), Patrick Lilavois (LB). Patrick 
Lomhardi IK I'). Shawn Maguire (OL), Shnlim Mena (OE), Man Merall (LB), 
Matthew Mint/ (K). Mkhael Moffitl (OL), Rodney MossyDL), Kevin Nelson (SB), 
On-ill Osbum (DI), David Oshiukpckhai (01 ). Eugene Pinkney (DB). Louis Pratls 
(WR). Joe Qtieiuer (01 ), Devin Robinson (WR), Tairije Robinson (DT). JaiTod 
Rogers (DB). Omar Segura (DL). Ray Solla (IE), hum Stamet/ (OL). flmnus 
Stanley (LB). Gary Stone (DB), loseph l.ir.isicwi(/(Wld. Man .Taylor (QB), Aai on 
"AC" lliomas(Uii),ManeMlinMdgt!l(S|l), Alex lounes(DL). Daniel Trowels (IB), 
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Kristen Beck, Donna Carpenter, Tiffany Carroll, 
Jill Dietz, Ashley Gerhart, Marie Gryszowka, 
Rashidat Olayokun 

Track & Field: 
Kristen Beck, Monique Bynoe, Donna Carpen- 
ter, Jynika Craig, Jill Deitz, Ashley Gerhart, 
Marie Gryszowka, Melissa Jones, Celia Majors, 
Anna Mikncki, Rashidat Olayokun, Sherene 
II, Natalie Wisdom, Nicole Holliday 



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Sept. 20 

Sept. 28 

Oct. 10 

Oct. 26 

Nov. 9 

Nov. 22 



@ Connecticut College Invitational 

Ted Owen Invitational 

@ Central Connecticut State 

lona Meet of Champions 

@ Van Cortlandt Park 

New England Championship 

@ Boston, MA 

NYCAC Conference Championship 

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NCAA Regional Championship 

@ Boston, MA 

NCAA Championship 




Track & Field: 
Zachary Bennett, Latif Brown, Sheldon Cantrell, Jetemy 
Comne, Hakim GreenkJge.Osman Haji, Steven Jussaume, 
Kevin Lasure, Amalee LcxMiart, Peter Mosko, Victor 
Parsley, Martus Skarbauskas, Daniel Tickner, Daniel 
Trowers 



Mar. 27 


April 3 


April 10 


April 17 


April 23-24 


May 2 


May 7-S 


May 15-16 


May 26-29 



@ University of Pennsylvania 

Invitational 

@ Northeastern Invitational 

@ Southern Connecticut State 

Invitational 

@ Merchant Marine Invitational 

@ Solman Invitational @ Northeastern 

University 

@ Penn Relays 

NYCAG CHAMPIONSHIPS 

@ New England Championship 

@ IC4A Championship 

NCAA Championship 



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Lisa Simpson (GK), Karen Stolp (GK), Jennifer 
Buffinton (D), Allie Shiner (D), Angelica Sanchez 
(F), Jessica Tafel (GK), Eileen O'Brien (M), 
Robin Chuffo (F), Michelle Zowine (F), Stephanie 
Napp (M), Crystal Lindsey (F), Maria Ekman (M), 
Jamie Metcalf (M), Desiree Hollingsworth (M), 
Melissa Dunleavey (M), Colleen Donlin (M), 
Lindsey Valcouil(D), KarineZuma(F), Maureen 
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@ KuUtown 
@ Dominican 
FELICIAN 
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Oct 22 
Oct 25 

Oct 29 

Nov. 1 



©Southampton 
@ Molloy College 
@ Dowling College 
ST. THOMAS 
AQUINAS 

C.W. Post 
BRIDGEPORT 
MERCY 

Youth Soccer Day 
CONCORDIA 
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Sept. 6 


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vs. East Stroudsburg 


Sept. 12 


@ Bentley College Invitational 




vs. Bryant College 


Sept. 13 


@ Bentley College Invitational 




vs. Merrimack College 




vs. Stonehill 


Sept. 16 


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Sept. 20 


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lsmael Caro (G), Jon Castald! (F), Derek 
Glasper (G), Jeff Kennerly (F), Jean- 
Claude Kouame (F), Russell Mayo (G), 
Bryan Moriarty (F), John Sullivan (F), 
Mamady Tonguino (F), Michael 
Whitehead (G), Kellen Wingate (F), Keith 
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Jan. 14 
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Jan. 26 
Jan. 31 
Feb. 3 
Feb. 14 
Feb. 17 
Feb. 19 
Feb. 23 
Feb. 25 



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MOLLOY COLLEGE 
ST. THOMAS AQUINAS 
DOWUNG COLLEGE 
UNIV. OF BRIDGEPORT 
BENTLEY COLLEGE 
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Lauren Diaz (OF), Desiree Hollingsworth (3B), 
Robin Chuffo (OF), Elina Colon (P), Ashley 
Cuecia (C), Kristen Boken (P), Marjorie 
Flaccavento (2B), Courtney Raymond (C), Amber 
Dunham (IF), Shannon Reynolds, (IF), Carrie 
Simonds (OF), Jennifer Green (SS), Lisa Ramos 
(OF), Missy McAloon (OF), Jennifer Ferranti 
(IF), Allison Boilard (U), Anne Maria Huggins 
(P), Jill Quinn (C), Jennifer Michels (SS), 
Crystal Graves (P), Decree Burpee (IF), 
Livingston (1B) 







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(OF), David Anderson (OF), Nick Faragasso 
(2B), Mike (feeder (C), Will Hill (P), Ryan Breen 
(P), Ed Coulombe (OF), TJ O'Leary (P), Kyle 
Davis (1B), Justin Vincent (OF), Joe Cantone 
(3B), Greg Stanis (OF), Jim O'Malia (P), Chris 
DiRoma (P), Gary Stevens (C), Bryan Darcy (P), 
Brandon Dooley (OF), Bob Carrington (P), Tom 
Cossuto (P)< Scott Warded (P), Bill Demarco (P), 
Ryan Aiken (INF) 









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UNIVERSITY OF 
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(D), Jessica Clow (M), Lindsey Matteo (A), 
Casandra Schmidt (D), Catherine Barry-Fields 
(M), Kellie Anderson (D), Heather Miles (A), 
Jamie Metcalf (D), Eileen Perchinski (D), Brit- 
tany Tregear (M), Patricia Forella (D), Meredith 
Crumley (D), Heather Gebhardt (GK), Kelly 
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April 3 
Apr. 6 
Apr. 10 
Apr. 14 
Apr. 17 
Apr. 20 
Apr. 22 
Apr. 24 
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@ Philadelphia University 

FRANKLIN PIERCE COLLEGE 

@ Bryant College 

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@ Saint Anselm College 

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@ American International College 

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Barry, Talia Cestone, Sara Christie, 
Nichole Demarino, Michele Fedele, 
Heather Gebhardt, Kristy Gordon, Krysta 
Hogue, Robyn McMicken, Sara Nestlen, 
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trom the students it affects the most.. .consequences from the removal of four athletic programs 



lieu of the recent cut of the football, men's lacrosse, women's track and field and women's golf teams, 
students chose to speak out about this historical event and its effect on their college careers and life-Ion^ 
goals. The removal of these four programs came as a shock to the entire campus, leaving students 
wondering if UNH is going through destruction rather than construction. 



Prominent members of the teams are pictured below, commenting on the following questions: 

a. What are your thoughts on the athletic teams that were recently cut at UNH? 

b. How are you and your teammates coping with the situation? 

c. What are your plans now that your sport has been cut; are you planning on staying at the 
University or leaving to seek better opportunities? 

d. Based on this event, where do you see the future of the UNH athletic program heading? 



Troy Dellamarggjo - Football 



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a. I felt the way the teams were cut was not done 
properly. They should have let those athletes who were 
going to be affected by the cuts know in the fall. The 
university did not take into consideration how the 
athletes were to deal with the cuts in the spring. 



b. Some of the guys are extremely upset; there was a lot 
of tradition built into the football team. It's sad to see a 
tradition just be washed away. 



c. I will finish out this semester with nothing to look 
forward ...all of my teammates are leaving. 



d. I feel that UNH athletics will take a downward slope. 
You cannot have a school without the spirit of cheering 
for the football team. Like I said, it's tradition. Now that 
football has been cut I have nothing to look forward to. 



"The driving force that led to the decision was our difficulty in being able to achieve a regional schedule, " UNH Athletic 
Director Deborah Chin says. "It was no longer financially feasible for us to continue to play a national schedule. " Pressures on the 
University to become more academically and financially competitive also factored into the decision. The decision came just seven 
years after the Chargers advanced to the Division II National Championship game. 

UNH's decision to remove the four athletic programs affects approximately 90 student-athletes, including over 70 in the 
ill program. The decision to remove the three women's programs was made due to federal laws governing gender equity in 
hletics. "In order to be in compliance with federal law, our student athlete population, males to females, must mirror the 
general student population of males to females." Chin states. 



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Ainsworth Marshall - Lacro 



a. I feel that anytime a part of the university's community is being affected by such 
a drastic change in a positive aspect of the school, in this case sports teams being 
cut, it's a sad day in the university's history. College is not only about academics, 
athletics are an important part of college experience. Cutting teams not only affects 
the athletes but the school community as a whole. 

b. I am a part of the UNH Men's lacrosse team. We were cut last spring so it has had 
some time to settle in. The team as a whole has decided to be a club team. 

c. I did not come here for athletics; my first priority has been my academic career 

I am very acquainted with the system here now and to move would not be practical 
for me. I sympathize with the athletes who depend on scholarships from sports to help 
them financially through college. Good luck to all those who seek opportunities 
elsewhere. 

d. I am not sure what the intentions of the athletic department or the school in general 
toward athletics are. The school still has a very strong athletic program. The volleyball, 
baseball, and basketball programs are still very strong and it would be a shame to see 
those programs go too. 



I play other sports, and I only have one 



year left. Unfortunateley, I'm too far 



into my major to leave school. ]/\/ith 
teams being cut, one can only wonderTj 



Will my sport bm next to go?' 



Brett Keough - Football 



a. I believed they saved a lot of money, but the university is losing a lot at the same 
time. It won't be the same; football is something that brings people together. Having 
football at colleges brings a spirit to the school and gives the university community 
something to be proud of. 

b. Many of the guys are just trying to deal with the university's decision and the 
unprofessional way it was brought to us. Most are just looking for a new place to go. 

c. I plan on leaving for Northeastern and participating in their football program, 
beginning in March. 

d. I see the athletic department at UNH becoming very, very small. This university is 
filled with empty promises. UNH does not want to put money into being successful with 
academics or athletics. The school has nothing to offer. I just want to wash my hands 
clean from here and hope that all my teammates still can find schools to play at and 
be successful. 




At this time, there are no plans to remove any more of the University's remaining fifteen athletics programs, which consist 
of eight men's teams and seven women's teams. 

- Excerpt from the Charger Bulletin article " UNH Football Closes Doors after 31 Years " by Marcus Hanscom 

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The New Haven YMCA Junior 

College was founded as a branch? 

of the Northeastern University. 

The college offered courses 
in Engineering, College Prep- 
aratory Work, Salesmanship, j 
Factory Management, and J 
Public Speaking. 



1926 

YMCA New Haven Junior 
College received a state 

charter as the "New 

Haven College", becoming 

an independent academic 

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State Board of Educ 
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associates degrees 

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1922 



Women 

admitted to 

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1937 



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UU — 

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Congratulations! 

We are so proud of your accomplishments and of the wonderful woman 
you have become. You are an absolute joy in our lives, and we are truly 
blessed. We will always be there for you. With your determination you 
have risen to the challenges and persevered. We wish you success and 
happiness in all of your endeavors. May God bless you and keep you al~ 
ways, guiding your every path. Keep shining like the star that you are. 
Remember, nothing of importance is gained without effort. 

All our love. 

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accomplished so much. We're sure you'll go far. 

Remember, you can be anything you want to be. 

We Love You. 

Mom and Dad 



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We are so proud of the person you have become. 

We wish you every happiness and success in life. 

Always do the best you can and the best will come to you. 



We love you, 
Dad, Mom, Kenny and Kim 




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you today. 

Follow your dreams and 
they will come true. 

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Jason, 

The time has passed so quickly. We've seen the 
wonderful young man you have become. We 
are very proud of you. Follow your dreams and 
reach for the stars! We know you will succeed in 
whatever you do. We will always be there for 
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NEVER FORGET A SINGLE MINUTE| EXPERIENCE 
AND ENJOY THE MOMENTS OF YOUR LIFE; SLOW DOWN 
AND TAKE THE TIME TO REALLY SEE. SMILE WHEN 
FACED WITH A CHALLENGE AND NEVER BACK DOWN. But 

most importantly, know that your parents are 
proud of you, and we know that you will use 
what you've learned to better yourself and to 
achieve your goals in life. 

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and we are very proud of your accompli/hment. be/t of Luck. 
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Love, 
Mom and Dad 



Joe Barbieri 

" May you grow to be proud, dignified and true 
And do unto others as you'd have done to you. 
Be courageous and be brave...." 

Rod Stewart 




Joe, 

We're so proud of all your accomplishments 
and hard work over the last four years. May you 
be blessed with a wonderful life ahead. 

Love, Mom, Dad and Amanda 



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in our hearts for over twenty years. 

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Alison, Eileen and Dad 



Michael Arket 

FOLLOW YOUR DREAMS 

We are truly proud of your extraordinary achievements. 
Remember to have fun and enjoy life as you set the world on 
fire. Believe in yourself and know we will always be here for 
you. 

Love, Mom and Dad 



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Jimbo, 

We're so proud of you! Your ability to 
combine living on the edge with your 
laid back California attitude never ceases 
to amaze us, but here you are - a college 
graduate! Keep that beautiful smile and 
go after your dreams. 

We Love you like crazy. 
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'The most important thing about getting 
somewhere is starting right where we are." 

Bruce Barton 



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have relished wit, they have indulged in humor. They have not 
allowed "dignity" to depress them into moroseness. Youthful- 
ness of spirit is the twin brother of optimism, and optimism is 
the stuff of which American business success is fashioned. 
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Trade Commission 
initiates the National 
Do Not Call Registry to 
minimize the number 
of telemarketing caHs 
consumers receive. 



U.S. Forces capture deposed Iraqi leader 
Saddam Hussein in a "spider hole" at a 
farm outside his hometown of Tikrit. 




<- A fatal Staten Island 
Ferry crash in 
New York harbor 
leaves 10 dead and 
dozens injured after 
the pilot loses 
consciousness and 
slams into the dock. 



<- NBA star Kobe 
Bryant of the Los 
Anneies Lakers 
ed with 
ual assault 
of a 19-year-old 
Colorado woman. 



<- A federal appellate 
court orders the 
removal of a Ten 
Commandments 
monument from 
the Alabama 
Supreme Court 
building, citing 
violation of the 
First Amendment. 



The economy shows signs of recovery when the 
Dow Jones Industrial Average tops 10,000 points 
for the first time in over 18 months on December 12. 



-> President Bush 
becomes the first 
U.S. president to visit 
Iraq when he makes 
an unannounced 
Thanksgiving visit 
with troops 
stationed there. 



-> The abduction of 
University of North 
Dakota student Dru 
Sjodin, 22, results in 
the arrest of convicted 
sex offender Alfonso 
Rodriguez Jr., 50. 



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than 19,000 lives, 
making it one of the 
world's deadliest 
hot-weather disasters. 



<- The World Health 
Organization reports 
that severe acute 
respiratory syndrome 
(SARS) infected more 
than 8,000 people in 
over 25 countries, 
killing 700. 



-> Around the world, 
"flash mobs"— large 
groups of people 
recruited by 
anonymous organizers 
via the Internet — 
gather, perform 
a wild act and 
quickly disperse. 



-> In a dramatic six-day 
ordeal, rescue workers 
save 44 of 46 Russian ►# 
miners trapped in a 
water-filled coal mine 




-> Tens of thousands 
of Palestinians are 
cut off from family 
and livelihoods 
when Israel builds 
a concrete barrier 
beyond the cease-fire 
line in an effort to 
curtail Palestinian 
terrorist activities. 



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prison inmates help 
battle Southern 
California's wildfires 
for only $1 an hour. 




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one-year-old mutt, 
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^ Iranian lawyer Shirin Ebadi 
wins the 2003 Nobel Peace 
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as she fights to improve the 
status of refugees, women 
and children in Iran. 

4- Golfer Tom Watson donates 
his $1 million Charles Schwab 
Cup winnings to fund research 
for Lou Gehrig's disease, 
which has stricken his caddie, 
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Air France ground th 
supersonic Concordes 
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service. Despite their 
speed, the aircraft were 
uneconomical to operate 




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the Can-Spam Act requires 

e-mail marketers to clearly 

label messages as ads and 

include an Internet-based 

opt-out feature. 




-» In June, pet prairie 
dogs in Wisconsin, 
Illinois and Indiana 
infect people with 
monkeypox after 
being infected by a 
giant Gambian rat 
while in transit. 



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include the offspring 
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are threatened by Asian 
longhorned beetles, 
which allegedly arrived 
in Chinese wooden 
packing material. 



strongest solar storms to hit the Earth 
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urricane Isabel knocks out p 
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<- In August, Mars' orbit brings 
it closer to Earth than it has 
been in 60,000 years. 




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the deterioration of the 
atmosphere's ozone layer is 
slowing. The 1996 worldwide 
ban on CFC gases is credited 
for the improvement. 



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new $20 bill, with a 
background blend of blue, 
peach and green. 

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most dangerous U.S. occupations. 
Lumberjack tops the list. 




Superstar Beyonce Knowles stars on the big 
screen, releases a hit album, Dangerously in 
Love, and wins tour Billboard Music Awards. 



*" The legal battle between 
the music industry and 
music downloaders 
prompts lawsuits and 
online music purchasing 
outlets, while driving CD 
prices to their lowest 
point in a decade. 

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SoundScan, 50 
Cent's debut, Get 
Rich or Die Tryin', 
is 2003's best-selling 
album, with 6.5 
million copies sold. 



<- Songwriter John Mayer 
wins a Grammy in 2003 
for the album Room for 
Squares and follows it 
up with Heavier Things. 



-> The Neptunes' Pharrell 
Williams and Chad Hugo 
receive three Grammy 
nominations as a 
production duo. 
Williams gets three more 
for collaborations with 
Snoop Dog and Jay-Z. 



■> OutKast's genre-busting 
album Speakerboxxx/ 
The Love Below, 
featuring the infectious 
single "Hey Ya!," 
wins the Grammy 
for Album of the Year. 



■> Country music legend 
Johnny Cash dies at 71, 
but wins three CMA 
awards posthumously, 
including Best Single for 
his remake of the Nine 




Claiming that he has "had it with the 
rap game," Jay-Z, 33, retires after the 
release of The Black Album. 



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half of the famed "Siegfried and Roy" wild animal 
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November birth of his first child, 
a baby boy. 

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Josh Beckett, the 
Florida Marlins beat the 
heavily favored New 
York Yankees 2-0 in 
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crashes and severe 
dehydration, Lance 
Armstrong wins his 
fifth straight Tour 
de France by a mere 
62 seconds. 



<- Behind the defensive 
brilliance of goalie 
Martin Brodeur, the 
New Jersey Devils 
win the 2003 NHL 
Stanley Cup by 
icing the Anaheim 
Mighty Ducks 3-0 



High school 
phenomenon 
LeBron James, 19, 
is picked first in the 
2003 NBA Draft 
by the Cleveland 
Cavaliers and 
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success as a pro. 



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Roddick, 21 , also 
known as Mandy 
Moore's boyfriend, 
wins his first grand 
slam title at the U.S. 
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of a U.S. Golf Association adult event when she wins 
the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links. 



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undefeated NCAA Division III Football 
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Death-defying tricks and thrills bring the extreme sports 
craze to new heights at the January 2004 EXPN Winter 
X Games VIII in Aspen, Colorado. 



<- Matt Kenseth claims the 
NASCAR Winston Cup Series 
championship, after leading 
the standings through a 
record 33 races. 




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youngest American pro team 
athlete in over 100 years when 
he signs with D.C. United of 
Major League Soccer. 

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David Robinson— in his final 
game — lead the San Antonio 
Spurs to the 2003 NBA title 
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the final step 
before sainthood 
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the deaths of comedian Bob Hope, actress 
Katharine Hepburn and actor Gregory Peck. 



-> In his first of a number 
of trials in several 
states, a Virginia jury 
sentences D.C. area 
sniper Lee Boyd 
Malvo, 18, to life 
without parole. 



-» After winning 64 
career titles, including 
14 grand slam events, 
and a record six years 
ranked No. 1 , tennis 
great Pete Sampras 
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After being abducted for nine months, Elizabeth Smart 
is rescued and returns home in March 2003. Her story 
is made into a TV movie that airs later in the fall. 




-> Teen star Hilary Duff 
tops off her successful 
movie debut, The 
Lizzie McGuire Movie, 
with a hit pop album, 
Metamorphosis, and 
a nationwide tour. 



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